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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H, T., SATUIIDAY, FED. 2, 1901.
I WfJI T
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Feb. 9
VENTURA Feb. 19
MARIPOSA Mch. 2
SIERRA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
In connection with tho tailing of the above steamers the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tbo United StatcB, and from New
Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AOENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Oeciileilal and Oriental Steamship Co. p Tojo Kisen Kaisba
., . ivtr of tbtiboviconpmt wllicill at Honolulu nd ! tb!i port oa or iboot tfc
For Jaoan and China:
Chlm i Fct-rmry
Doric t.Fttrtury 16
Nippon Maru Fctruarvto
PiodeJantlro March 6
Coptic March u
America Maru March ti
f'er ftocral loforma'ion ipy o
H. Hackfeld &
4MStuuiraol tti ifcort lint, fuoaloc la eenntctlon with taa CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
itMe Vancouver, B. C , unl Srdaiy, N. S. W.. aodctlllae. Victoria, D. C. Honolulu and Brltbacr
- "MI1S AT MO.NOMJMJ oa or about the datet btlo atatid via i
FROM VANCoUVUH AND VICTORIA B. C,
, May 11
....... .June 8
aWTnroutb ticket fitutl from Nonolulo to Canada. United Statei aed Eur opt.
raif ! an gtnerai iDiormaiion. appiy 10
Theo. H.DavIc8&Co.,Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
S. S. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for San Frnncisro, en route to Honolulu
To be followed by S. S. Oregonlan. March loading.
Freight received at compny's whtrf, 42d Street, South Biooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight AKent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder's Steamship Company
TON ISLAND TOKTS.
RING UP THK. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
118 FOnT BTRKin
Stable 'flume, 477
Hack (JUnd 'Phone, SID and 7l.
O. H BKLUHA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit
EXCAVATING - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
ST Dump Carts furnished by the da
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK.
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's order.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets atl Incoming
steamers from the Coast nd we checft
baggage on a" outgoing steamers.
WMte and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 80.
W. LARSEN, Wit.
BKUOE OABT WRIGHT
Udneral MauBgei ot
Tb Bquitable Life Asaurinw Bociv
O' Uu Tloltod Busies tor the Uwili
Orttnar Mi"chnni Btrtrl. lie
f. PHILLIPS & (JO
Wboleaals Importers and Jobbtir
laropeiu and American Dry tm
Vo t and Queen Htronlt.
H. HAOKFELD & 00., I
IEXERA.L COMMISSION ABEIT
Cot. fort and Queen Btreett 1 cm
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Feb. 13
ALAMEDA Feb. 18
MARIPOSA Mch. C
SONOMA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
For San Francisco:
Nippon Mau .. February t
Plo de Janeiro ftlsniary it
Coptic February tg
Arrcrtca Maru March t
Olyof peklrR March 8
Gael'C... March 16
Ga., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BMSBANB
For Victoria aad Vaocourcr (B. C):
... .Feb. ii
... April 10
For Fralrbt aad
t rr-ij 1-1-r. v
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
San Francisco Portland
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
b. L. LOMAX, G. P. k T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraski.
0. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1R49.
STATIONS. D.IIr Daily
(Outwit!) i. Sua. lallr n. Sco. Dally Dillr
A.M. AM. AM. P.M. P.M.
HoaoUla Tie o.ii itsi s.if 1.10
Piarl City,... 6o) sal 1140 lit 5 jo
bwa Mill I.1S loot it 00 (.of A.io
WtlllUI SI .... S40 ....
(huktl .... if s .... ills ....
I Son. Dally Uallr Dill
AM. AM. P.M,
aaun JiJ) .... ion
WaUlul 6,10 ... iso
ffaUnao rno .... i ss
W Mill J.JO t!4J 110 4
Flail City t is 1.0) itjo 4 !
Honolulu 6 w l.)j t os io
F. C. Smith, Qen'l Fana. it Ticket
O V Mvsihow. AnwrlntRM'lunt.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlgnon "
720 Betelanla street; Tel. 1114. ifa7-tl
E. JC. KA.A1,
Teacher of .itar, Mandolin, Zltb
UUululd and Taro Patch.
Onlera to be latt rr of Wall, Nirln
Subscribers to Ibe BUL
LETIN not receiving tneir pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe "Busi
ness CMce, TelepJione 156.
Committees Report and
Farther Time is
W. 0. SMITH SPEAKS ON
WORK OF SUB-COMMITTEE
Urges that There Be No Undue Haste
More Money is Needed for
The Clinrter Commlttco of tho Ho
imbllcan party met In the lleptibTtcan
licailininrtcrs last evening.
The mcctlnB was called to order
at 8 o'clock. Owing to the nbsenco of
tho permanent chairman nnil aecrctnry.
V: O. White wns appointed temporary
chairman, and I. T. V. Watcrhoimo,
Tho reports of the arioua commit
tees were read. Tho committee on itn
Unties reported progrox.i. but deslrcl
time to more fully prepare their report
ns to certain details, such as road fund,
road tax. and complete atatlstlcs ami
Information about Honolulu and out
JjIiir jllstrlcts. The report, ns far ns
complete, was received and It was vot
ed that further time bo granted tb"
committee to perfect and complete their
The committee on finance reported
that the financial condition of the
committee as decidedly linprmpd slnci
tho last meeting, but that, from pres
ent Indications, several hundred dollars
moro would bo necessary for such ex
penses ns printing, nnd other Incldm
tals. Voted thnt tho committee be
granted an extension ot time In which
to render a report.
Voted that tho finance commltfo
and treasurer bo authorized to expend
the sum of $00 for two months rent for
rooms now occupied by the chartr
The commltteo appointed to draft n
city charter, reported that, since tho
last meeting, much work In preparing
the charter had been performed. The
various fifty-seven sections embodied
In tho charter had been placed In type,
and proofs of same had been hand?d
tbe chairman of the committee as well
as other members.
W. O. Smith took the floor and stat
ed that tho labor of drafting tho char
ter had been carefully done. He fur
ther stated that It was absolute)- no
rrssary before taking final action that
more time be glen the commlttco for
tho purposo of reviewing tho laws
bearing upon ecrtnln sections such ns
tho detail duty of city odlcera and
existing status of the Territorial laws.
appllcahlo In the flaming ot a city
Mr. Smith further stated that the
work tlono so fur had received great
thought and consideration and that
It wns a very dlfilcult matttr to pro-
pure a charter that would be complete
and satisfactory under the existing
laws of tho Territory.
Ho urged upon the committee not to
make undue haste In tho adoption of
tho charter. Oreat caro should be
evcrclbod In tho framing of a charter.
which must be full and comprehensive.
For tbo guldanco ot tho mayor and
board of nldormen, tho aim ot the com
mltteo bad been, as near as possible,
to follow the existing laws of tbo Ter
ritory. Qeorgo A. Davis replied to Mr.
Smith relatlvo to certain sections bear
ing upon tho Penal and Civil Iiws
and quoted from eminent authorities
upon theso branches of tho law. Con
tinuing his remnrks, ho modestly stat
ed that great caro and labor had been
bestowed In drafting tho charter, but
he believed there were many things In
It that would require still further time
for careful study and deliberation.
A. V. Oenr as a member of tho char
ter commltteo endorsed the remarks of
Mr. Davis, but that, at one ot tho
meetings of tho charter committee, it
was thought wlso to consider moro
fully beforo taking any action, several
provisions necessary to make tho char
After some discussion upon tho pari
of Messrs. White, Towso and othei
members of tho commlttco, It was vot
ed thattho report of the committee bo
received, and that moro tlmo bn grant
ed In which to prepare tho charter.
It was further voted that tho sccre
etnry bo Instructed to notify each mem
ber of the commltteo by postal card,
ono day In advance, as to tho time and
placo of meeting.
It was further voted that tho mem
bers of both homes, of tho Legislature
Irrtspectlvit of politics, be naked In
attend the meetings during the discus
sions upon the adoption of a form ot
Tho meeting then adjourned to met
again next I'rlday night.
An excellent program has been ar
ranged for tho concert on Makco Isb
and Sunday afternoon.
l'AIN-KIM.nn, so Justly celebrated
was Introduced to the public about six
ty sears ngo. nnd now enjoys n popu
larity unequalled by uny other medi
cine, l or tho euro or dysentery, cholera
morbus, rheumatism, coughs and colds,
scalds, burns, etc.. It Is without an
equal. Sold by all durggists. Avoid
substitutes, there Is but one Paln-KIU-
er, Perry Davis". Price 25c. and DOc.
Work and Worry in the
mission. FURTHER PROGRESS IN
Powers of the Coroner Defined and
the Duties of the Board of
Tho Independent Charter Comnllttcc
met last night nnd gave further con
sideration to tbo subject of county
government for the Hawaiian Islands.
On motion of Mr. Ilrvlng. the section
fixing the salary of the county attorney
was retonsldercd nnd tho board of
county commissioners instead of the
Legislature, empowered to nntno the
Hot words were handled back and
forth by Messrs. Wise, Cayplcss and
Deo on the subject of boy's play In the
Tbe report of It. X. Iloyd formulating
a section defining the methods of re
cords to bo kept by the registrar of
deeds, was adopted.
President Testa railed vice chairman
I!oyd tothc chair nnd tok the floor o
advocate the recommittal of the whole
bill to a select committee for pruning
ami amendments. The suggestion was
not fnvniably received and the regular
order of business was resumed. The
commltteo to formulate a bond for
county sheriffs macd a report
which was adopted.
The coroner, under the bill, will hold
ofilce two scars and give n bond of not
Jess than $3,000. The coroner shall he
a conservator of peace and shall have
certain duties and powers like those of
tho sheriff. The warrant of the coro
ner shall be of equal authority with
that of a Justice of the peace.
The Judgo of the Probato Court shall
hold office two years and shall keep
his court open at all times for the
transaction of business. The Probate
Court shall be located at tho county
The county commissioners shall be
elected for a term of two years. Each
county Is to bo divided Into three, dis
tricts, subject to change at least onco
In three years, and one commissioner
shall bo elected from each district. Thn
bond to bo given by a commissioner
shall not exceed $5,000.
Tho commissioners nro prohibited
from lev) lug any tnx or Belling bond
to aid any private enterprise. Thev
shall hold nil sessions with open doors.
cud In the most public manner possi
ble. Ilcforo tho subject of the county com
missioners wns finished tbo meeting
went lo pleies for want of ,i quorum.
Chairman Testa, who had not ht"n
railed back to the chair, was the mem
ber whose leaving broke up tho moot
ing. again Monday night.
again Tuesday night.
Tho over popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Is morn
often heard than anything else. Tho
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
WEAK MEN !
It seems thit the Creator ha ariilneJ thit thai vital
seminal lib I J neit to the MooJ It elf It he mot pre
clous substince In thtx4yof man, uninny unnatural
I jt thueof will always liJ to disastrous results
Many men have dlj of common diseases such as
disease d the heat, ller, kidneys, lungs, etc.
throueh hsvlne atloweJ their ltallt to be wasted.
thus exposing themselves to become h easy victims
of these diseases wren a few boxes of our remedies
tiken jntin.ewouiJ nae prevented iho deblliutlnjr
losses an J preserved tin rrorer vitality tj levlst the
attacks ui these dtngerous Infirmities.
Many men nave peen slowly put surely drifting Into
hopeless Insanity because of these losses, without
knowing the real cause of their sufferings.
Arc These Your Symptoms ?
Inclination to onanism, emissions either during tha
day o at night, losses on being In the pretence of a
rers"n of the opposite sen or on entertaining UkIv
lous thoughts, pimples, contraction of the muscles
(the precursors ot epilepsy), voluptuous thoughts and
areams, reenngs oi suuocauon irnney to Jrowseor
sleep feeling of numbness, loss of Hipowrr, want
of energy. Impossibility lo concentrate the thoughts,
pains In the leg and muscles, feeling of sadness and
dekctkn. disquietude, failure of memory, Indecision,
meiancnon, weariness aner ine lean enort, specKs
floating before thee es weakneis after copulation or
Involuntary loss, loes while stralnlngat stool, noise
or sitting In the ears, timidity, hands ard feet cold
and clammy fear of approaching dea h or misfortune,
fiartial or total mpotencv, pn mature or late discharge,
ns cr d mlnutlon t desire, decline of the stnlbllhy,
undeveloped or ueak organs, dtspt-psle.etc
Anv ot these sjmp'oms Is Natuie s warning to a
man th-it he must it pair his wasted vMalforcts or be
cum tne eisy prey to some f j'al dlseai
We atk all men hu suffer from any f the svmrtoms
enumerated above TO III LI) TMfc wAMNINCj, and
communicate at once with iu company of specla ivt
pnsiiians nn nave naj irni years experierce in
treating dlseaws of the rervous and sexual svstfm.
and who alone can guarantee a radical and permanent
band us i cotnrlito s'lttmcnt of vour cave, cfvln?
us our full name and address, age octura'ion, mar
riel or slng'e, whUh of the above S)mplns have al
nady appeared In our and whither u hive
ever ben treated for connhia st Mure, si hills or
any o lur venerea dltease Our rrelkil still will at
oncecaretullydlagnoseourcase (gratis) and Inform
you of the cokt of a complete treatment which will
effect a radical cue and restore vou to health and full
mane vie r
It )ou detire tiettaintat "nee and will send us fas
a guarantee f icood faith) the equivalent nf five I n
Ited States dollars in draft on London or New York,
or In postal order or current money t your loutiiry,
we will send vu, by registered null, the proper rrme
dles lurrediately alter our staff ot physicians have
dcldtd the reju'reTtnts of your case, Write us In
The North American Specialists Co.,
1039 Vincent llullillnicl
llrondway A tluine St,,
NliW VOfiK. U. H. A.
Tho weekly edition of tho Kvcnlng
Bulletin gives a. complcto summary ot
tho news of tho day.
A prominent Montra4lclcrirjtnMi, the Rer. Jimtt
It. Dllon, Rector St Jodea and Hon. Ctnon of
Chrltt Church Ctthnlril, wrltm 'Termlt ma lo
Mnd you a few tinea to atronglj recommend
rennr DiTiiTais-Kitun. I hate need II wlla
atlifactlon for tMrtj-Ote jean. It I, a prepara-
uon Kbicb deMrre, roll public conOdeoca,"
as. A lore core for
I Ulll lllllUl Chills.
Two 8lu, Wc and Me.
There Is onljr one rlB-KUIer, Perry Davis
Notlte i hereby Riven thit HO SEU
has this ihv soU to the unJmlKned all
Interrst of M store, with all general mer
chandise therein, situate In Katcaiko. All
deb's on or before this day will be settled
by salj Ho Seu.
HO YEE CHO.
January 2S, iooi. I7ji-iw
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Alill Co., Ltd , Alakea
and Richards streets, and lespectfullv soli
cits the patronage of all former customers
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W. H.G. AHNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two anr"
ine-half dollars per sliare on the Capita
stock ot THE INTER ISLAND ThLfc
jRAPH CO., LTD., is due and payablf
iuly 1st, at the office of the undersigned
111 Port street. J. H. FISHER.
ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Honolulu. June 1 1000 icjc
ELECTION OI" OFFlCliKS.
At the Annual .Meeting of the Stock
holders of the KAHUKA PLANTATION
COMPANY, helJ January 2, 1001. he
following officers were elected to serve for
the ensuing yeirf
James H. Castle President
J. P. Cooke Vice-President
VV. R. Caslle.Jr., ..Secretary
C. Bolte Treasurer
George F. Davles- Auditor
W. R. CASTLE. JR.,
BIc ction of Officers.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
STAR DAIRY CO., LTD., held In Room
2 Magoon building on Monday the 28th
day ot January, 1901, the following per
sons were elected to serve for the present
L. L. McCandless President
Sarah J. Grace vice-President
Alfred Magoon . . SecretaryiTreasurer
Auditor :-L. H. Dee,
Tr.e above named persons constitute the
Board of Directors.
J ALFRED MAGOON,
Election oT Officers
At the annuil meeting of the t ckhold
erofthePLOLOLANI) & IMPROVE
MENT CO.. LTD., held at theoflicenf
the Compinv. Januarv jt, igci. the fol
lowing officers ucre e'ected for the ensu
A. I Cook" President iV Manager
M. I). .Monsarrat Vice-President
Hirry Armltag' Secreury
V. L. Howard Treasurer
B p. Heardmore A-iJItor
L)irector:-C. II. Cooke and I . Mc
Cants Stewart Attorney with the above
named ollicer, constitution the Hoard of
2743-m Secretin'. P.L.&I Co.. Ltd.
Election of Officers.
At the annuil meeting of the Socledade
P. de Santo Antonio iienovelance of Ha
waii held the 2nd of December, loco, the
following officers were duly elected for the
J I.FIgueredo President
F. Avelro vIce-Presldent
J. P Rodrlgies .Treasurer
M. T. Furtaln Secretary
Antonio I. Silva, Jr., M. A. Sllva,
S. U. Anuda, J. Correa,
J. J. Carroca.
M. T. FURTADO,
Honolulu, lanuary y, 1001. i7$2-iw
Election jof Officers.
At the adjourned annual Meeting of the
Slureholders of the PIONEER MILL
CO., LTD., held this d w at the office of
Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., at 10
a. m., the following Officers were elected,
for the ensuing year:
Paul Isenberg President
H. A. Isenberg vIce-Presldent
H. Schultze Treasurer
F. Klamp Secretary
W. Pfotenhiuer Auditor
The above mined 0ces with the ex
ception of the Auditor, and
F. W. Macfarlane,
J. A. McCandless,
constitute the Board of Dl-ectors.
Honolulu. January 30th. tool. i75z-jt
IN Till CIHCUIT COURT, IIKST CIUCDIT
or ine territory in niuan inprurate, t charmer
In the mitti r lit Ilia et,te of I inel I'llrlilanl. lit nf
lliinululu OjIiu, Jeieasei Tlw retitinn anj aicnuntn
it tlie aJmlnlMrator nf Hi. citato of Mil Jeceatei
tminc tven fileJ, Klirreln he rub that hit arrmintt
Nf tainlnej anj apr-rmej, anj ttiata final nrier N
rnaJe of JIMrilullon of the pr'Terty nmalnln,; In hl
nana, 1 1 iiierernnnximretn mtitirj anj jlMhariilnt:
him from a I fuithtr rer-oniibilitv at sulIi aJmlnHt
ratiir. It If nrjerei that MonJay, the ,th day of
anll. A I).. 10 . jt ou'cloika m . at t.luntr-
In the I.MU't lloute at llonolu u, Oalm, fe inj t)e
ame hereby l aprolnica a, the lime ard pled for
hearlrg tilj pell Ion anj aerutnts ani trat all per
on Interest. I niay then and there appear and t how
caue If any they hae uhy the same should not be
llonoiuti', January 6, 1901
lly the Court,
J A THOMPSON,
lT,8-tJan aft,t,9,i6 Clerk.
The undirtlcned. hat In? been duti aneolnteJ J
mlnlvtrator, Kith the Kill annexed ot the lite of
Lau Thtunr. otherwise 1 auCtmnp. fnrmeilv . t llonn.
lulu. Hawaii, late of Hong Kone deceaed tiireby
5 hi n'.iice to an manors iq prise t iieir claims,
uly autheitlcated and with proper vouchers It any
exist, evtn If th. claim Is secure! by tnnrtpaee up n
real estate to lhem.h said undersigned at the office
ol Wing WoTal Niiunnu slrter, p. r King, In said
Honolulu, within six months from ihl. dit, ol pub I
cation, ard If sa'd claims b, notpr stn ed within such
time, thev shil b forever bared All renins tn
debted to sail estate are r qicsted to mike Immediate
patmeni to sata unursignsj at salj efnee,
Dated, January list, 1901,
Administrator, with the will annexed.
Commissioner's Sale of Real Estate
Situate on the Island of Oahu.
Pursuant to a decree made by
Hon, A. S. Humphreys, ist Judge
of the Circuit Court of the First
Judicial Circuit, filed the loth day
of Janu-iry, A D. 1901, in a cause
entitled Ida Ii. Lamb vs Geo. W.
Smith, J I: Kahoa and Hinrfah Ka
Iwl, foreclosurp proceedincs, I am
directed to sell at public auction,
subject to confirmation by the Cir
cuit Court, on Saturday, Februiry
9H1, iqoi, at 12 o'clock noon, of
that day, at the mauka entrance to
the Judiciary building, all or any of
those certain pieces or parcels of
land situate in the city of Honolulu
and district of Bwa, In the Island of
Oahu, and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
1 All that pieceor parcel of land
s'tuate on School street in said Ho
nolulu, between lSuuanu street and
Waikahalulu bridge, containing an
area, of 74-100 of an acre, being a
portion of the Innd described in It.
I 1823, L. C. A. 1 1 54 to Ohialau,
anil the land conveyed to the said
Addie N. Smith by J. Keanu, of
Ewa aforesaid, by deed dated
August 9th, 1883, of record in liber
82, pages 326-7 in said registry.
2 All the right, title, interest and
estate of the said Addie N. Smith
(otherwise known as Nahoelua) and
of the said George W. Smith, in her
right or otherwise in and to that
certain fMece of land in Nuu.inu
valley in said Honolulu, lying be
tween the homestead lot ot the late
T. H. Ilobron and Nuuanti stream
and described in deed of conveyance
from Keoahu to A. Hikou and said
Nahoelua dated June 2nd, 1862, and
of record in liber 15 on pages 234-
30 in saiii Kegistry.
3 All those two certain Ananas
of land situate at Kalaulele, Lehua,
bwa, Island of Oahu, being Apana
2 of K. I' 222 to Naheana and
therein described, containing 2 35
acres, and Apana 2 of R P. 225 to
Keaka Kaniewalu, containing 2.3c
acies as conveyed to Addie N.Smith,
wife of George W. Smith, by
L. Kichardion by deed dated
March loth, 1880, and of record in
libel 62 on pages 394-395, Hawai
ian Kegistry of Conveyances.
l he title to the above lands is
believed to be good, but I will sell
only such title nnd such area as is
vested in me as commissioner in the
Terms of sale cash in U 8. gold
coin. Deeds at the expense of pur
chasers. For further particulars
apply to Messrs. Holmes and Stan
ley or GEO. LUCAS,
Commissioner's Sale of Real Estate
Situate on the Island of Oahu.
Pursuant to a decree made by
Hon. A. S. Humphreys, 1st Judae
ot the Circuit Court of the First
Judichl Circuit, filed the 10th day
of January, A.D. 1901, in a cause
entitled Samuel C. Allen vs. George
asliington bmith and Ida I: Lamb.
foreclosure proceedings, I am direct
ed to sel' at public auction, subject
to combination ny the uircmt t-ourt,
on Saturday, February yth, A )
1001, nt 12 o'clock noon ol that
day, at the mauka entrance to the
Judiciary building, all or any of
those certain pieces anu parcels ol
land situate in the city of Honolulu,
ana district ot bwa, in the Island ol
Oahu, and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
1 All the undivideJ half of Geo.
W. Smith in and to those two certain
pieces of land at Lihue, Ewa, isl
and of Oahu, being Apana 2 of R.
P. 222 to Naheana, containing 2.3$
acres, and Apana 2 of R. P. 225 to
KeaKa isantewaui, containing 2.35
acres conveyed to Addie N. Smith,
wife of George W. Smith, by deed
of J. L. Richardson, dated March
10th, 1880, and of record in liber
62, page 394, Hawaiian Registry of
2 All the undivided half of G,
V. Smith in and to those premisvs
situate in Ntiuanu Valley, as more
fully appears in deed recorded in
liber 15, page 234.
3 All the undivided half of G.
W. Smith in that certain piece of
land situate on School street in said
Honolulu, between Nuuanu street
and Waikahalulu bridge, describe
in R. P. 1823 L. C. A. 1154U
Ohialau, and conveyed to Addie N.
Smith, also known as Nahoelua, by
deed of J. Keanu, dated August 9th,
1883, and recorded In liber 82, paget
326 and 327 in said Registry.
4 All those two certain pieces or
parcels of land known as lots 15 and
16, situate in the Kekio Tract, Ho
noluln, Island of Oahu, a descrip
tion of which more fully appears in
deeds of V. C. Achl, trustee, and
C. H. Maile, trustee, dated AVircl.
17th, 1898, and recordeJ in liber
1 76 on pages 367 and 368 in said
The title to the above lands is be
lieved to be good, but I w1ll.ell only
such title and such area, as is vested
in ine as commissioner in the above
Terms of sale cash in U. S. goliS
coin. Deeds at the expense of pur
chasers For further particular
apply to Messrs. Holmes and Stan
ley or GEORGE LUCAS,
The annual meetlne of the PACIFIC
CLUB will be helJ FEUKUARY 4tU.
looi.at the Club House at 7:30 P.M.
I74j-6t e. 0. d. Secretary.